Data from: Does variation in the intensity and duration of predation drive evolutionary changes in senescence?

Walsh MR, Whittington D, Walsh MJ

Date Published: May 9, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pr76b

 

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Description File name: lifetime_fecundity_survival.xls. Contents: Contains total number of offspring produced per replicate, no. of eggs produced per replicate, and number of reproductive bouts. Tab 2: lifespan per replicate. Columns: lake type = anadromous, landlocked, or no alewife, replicate lake, clone per lake, experimental temperature, and individual trait value. Offspring = total number of offspring produced, eggs_per_clutch = no. of offspring produced per clutch, no_clutches = total number of clutches.
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Title Survival
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Description File name: survival.xls. Contents: proportion alive per lake and temperature; Tab1 = high temperature, Tab2 = low temperature. Columns: Day and proportion alive for each lake.
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Description File name: lifetime_fecundity_rawdata.xls. Contents: no. of offspring produced per clutch per clone per lake.
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Walsh MR, Whittington D, Walsh MJ (2014) Does variation in the intensity and duration of predation drive evolutionary changes in senescence? Journal of Animal Ecology 83(6): 1279-1288. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12247

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Walsh MR, Whittington D, Walsh MJ (2014) Data from: Does variation in the intensity and duration of predation drive evolutionary changes in senescence? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pr76b
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